Who will be providing comms and punditry as part of the BBC's coverage of the 2024 Six Nations? Take a look

For viewers in the UK, when Wales and Scotland are playing their home matches, the Six Nations coverage will be televised on BBC whereas England, France, Ireland and Italy’s home matches will be shown on ITV.

Wondering who the BBC’s Six Nations pundits are on your telly? This is the BBC’s line-up of pundits who will present, commentate and give their opinions on the action on the pitch.

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Here’s a breakdown of who you are hearing and seeing in the rounds to come.

Who Are The BBC’s Six Nations Pundits?


Gabby Logan will lead live coverage across TV and BBC iPlayer during the Six Nations. You may remember that clip of Gabby Logan at Calcutta Cup match going viral in 2022.

Logan will be joined by former playing stars like England’s 2003 World Cup-winning captain Martin Johnson, former Wales captain Sam Warburton, ex-Scotland captain John Barclay and Ireland wing Tommy Bowe. Wales legend Jonathan Davies and Scotland’s record points scorer Chris Paterson complete the punditry and co-commentary team.

Dylan Hartley, ex-France star Benjamin Kayser and Italy icon Sergio Parisse will also be seen on screens across the championship.

Andrew Cotter will lead on TV commentary throughout the tournament  with Gareth Rhys Owen, Alastair Eykyn and Sara Orchard providing highlights commentary.

For TV and BBC iPlayer, ex-referee Nigel Owens will provide an official’s perspective and Sonja McLaughlan and Lee McKenzie will be pitchside.

The returning Rugby Special will be hosted by Ugo Monye on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer every Sunday on gameweeks.

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All 15 matches will be covered live on BBC Sounds and across BBC Radio 5 Live and 5 Sports Extra, commentary is led by BBC’s Rugby Union Correspondent Chris Jones and Sara Orchard.

The commentary team includes World Cup winners Matt Dawson, Paul Grayson and Kat Merchant along with Johnnie Beattie, Andy Nicol, Philippa Tuttiett and James Hook.

Details are yet to be released for the BBC’s Women’s Six Nations coverage.

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